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not very often that pope's get together. in fact, it has never happened in modern time. pope francis to a drop in for lunch with his predecessor with a message, we are brothers. but the two men are very different and catholics will be watching closely in the coming months. pope benedict has been at the papal retreat at hasselbeck and also since he went into retirement. >> pope francis and his predecessor are longtime colleagues, but their roles have changed since their last encounter. saturday's meeting between the wast and present pope's interesting. benedict offered pope francis the dealer at the chapel to pray, but francis declined, saying, we are brothers and insisted on bringing side by side. but there was disappointment in the crowd in the square that had gathered in the hope of seeing the two men together. new pope francis has attracted plenty of attention in recent days. >> i feel so emotional because he is the pope that was very close to the people. he is very humble and very welcoming. >> but some are expecting him to take serious action. >> they have to rejuvenate the chur
in the neighborhood i don't have photographic evidence but there are many. i drove around saint francis woods because this may come up with the board. there is probably around 20 in our neighborhood. and only 5 that have flat roofs and they get up peeked a lill bit and then flat and from the street this appear to be peaked. >> the trees from the aerial shot you cannot get height out of that. we have never really had anything blocking or anything like that. and this is a photograph, this is a photograph from the other board showing, showing this house and now if you look at 1337's roof it is not steeply peaked. this is on a temporary frame just to hold up the tarp. this roof will be taller than what is depicted here with the blue tarp. and that is the shot that i was showing that shows the pacific ocean in the background. clearly this is west of me. that is all. >> mr. linn, you are saying that the house behind the blue tarp is yours? >> no. just taken from... >> from your house? >> i see. >> it is confusing, saint fra* francis would law the lines around and there are very few straight lines. >> thank
, for the first time, two ving leaders of the catholic choimp have met. pope francis is and pope benedict talked in a closed doors encounter outside rome. >> he greeted the -- pope francis as he got off the helicopter. the two men got in a car together and rode to the chap -- chapel where they held prayer together. it's never happened in the history of the catholic church and despite the fact that the vatican has said there will be no public appearances, many here are hoping they will see the two popes. >> it's fun to be this close to his summer home and know that benedict is inside. it's a positive thing to come here for. >> but the two men have very serious matters to scandal. the pope has asked for an investigation and there was a report that was put in place when benedict abdicated and handed over to pope francis a few days ago.
in the history of the catholic church. two popes meeting for lunch. pope francis met pope benedict today. ben wedeman is live from rome for us. historic moment. why did this happen? >> reporter: this was something that pope francis said he wanted to do. and he's consistently spoken very highly of pope emeritus benedict since he stepped down in late february. what we saw was interesting. we were in the main square. there was about 2,000 people. they watched as his helicopter flew over head. people were clapping and waving. there was a lot of hope among the people that pope francis would come out and make one of his unscheduled appearances. however, it was a more solemn occasion. he met with pope r emeritus benedict for about two hours. they prayed together and had lunch together and had about a 45-minute meeting. we don't know what they discussed, but there are lots of things on the plate of the new pope who has to deal with governance within the vatican, its finances, all the challenges facing the church. it was a historic first. it's never been seen before that two popes both dressed in whit
is meeting another living pope for the first time in centuries. pope francis is meeting with his predecessor, pope benedict xvi. they were meeting together at benedict's home. he has been following francis' election as poep and in front of new crowds in rome. >>> and president obama is wrapping up his trip to the middle east, and he also made stops in israel, the best bank during his trip. and he called on israel to start direct talks with the palestinians, and helped to broker an apology over the deadly commando raid, and pledged $200 million in aid to cope with the refugees from syria. >>> the concurrent resolution is agreed to. >> move to reconsider? >> without objection. >> the senate has passed a budget. >> you heard it here, right there, the senate has passed a budget. it's the first time the senate has done that in four years. by the way, it's the job of your elected officials to have a budget every year, and anyway. it followed a marathon vote-o-rama. lawmakers burned the midnight oil and then some, and the democratic sponsored proposal has a $1 billion preduction in spending. >>> al
model. is it enough in >> katie: new this morning, pope francis and his predecessor had a meeting outside of rome. thousand people packed the plaza that the vatican is downplaying the meeting of the two popes. it's the first time in 600 years that two popes have met. two embraced on the helipad and prayed together in the chapel. they say benedict and francis shared the traditional melar with francis telling benedict we are brothers. benedict offered his pledge of obedience to the new pope and then they moved to the library and have lunch together. >>> people on the east coast are buzzing over a possible meteor shower that lit up the sky last night. this bright flash was seen streaking along the eastern seaboard. people from new england to florida saw it. look at this video, watch to the left side of your screen. a spokesman with the american meteor society says the flash is consistent with a meteor shower. they fielded calls, hundreds every hour. some people who saw the show. >>> you remember blackberry, the brand must have cellphone list is launching a new cellphone. even with im
, will be remembered throughout history. why? right now, the new pope is meeting the old pope. pope francis and former pope benedict are meeting behind closed doors for a private lunch at castel gandolfo. it could be the first and only time ever that a meeting like this happens. nbc's claudio labongio is in rome. put this in perspective here, this meeting. >> well, alex, pope francis arrived about 15 minutes ago, in his white helicopter here. castel gandolfo was circling overhead here above the square and hundreds of people who came here to greet him. of course there was a huge round of applause and they're chanting his name. they want him to appear on that balcony over there. the balcony of the summer residence. we don't know whether he's going to do it yet. the plan is pope emeritus benedict x16 welcomed him, drov back to the library where they're going to have a private lunch. even if he doesn't appear on the balcony, it doesn't get more historic. this is the first time in 2000 years of christianity that two popes actually meet in a friendly occasion. the last time, let me remind you was 1294, beca
. it's also a pleasure to be once again on the podium with francis fox piven. we met in the '70s when we were both regarded, even i was regarded as a radical scholar. some might not think it anyone. we were asked by james mcgregory to be the co-chair of the by sen bsh bicentennial -- we came up with a program that jim was alarmed by. he put in to action, i've known francis since then, and she has remained an honest and authentic voice of progressivism and radicalism in america with a deep interest in those in whom the system has shown no interest, the poor and the homeless, and her work has been particularly about now how they can be helped, how they find ways to help themselves through their movement and the work they do. it's a pleasure to have her perspective this afternoon in responding to these comments. i'm very pleased with jackie davis, the chairman of the executive committee of and rachael cooper, and david bale member of the executive committee. that organization the interdependence movement which i'll talk about a little bit today is central to the thinking that lead me to
in italy today two popes in the same place at the same time. pope francis met with his predecessor, pope he emeritus pope benedict xvi this morning. the two prayed together before breaking lunch. back here it lit up the night sky. people all over the northeast saw a streak of bright light around 8:00 last night. nasa at this point says it looks like the flash was caused by a meteor. >>> the senate maybe out for spring break but when it returns from vacation, there will be a showdown over gun reform. senators plan to take up a major gun bill in april. this would be the first floor fight over tightening gun control laws since the newton, connecticut, shootings in december. congressman jim hypes is from connecticut. he joins me here in the studio this afternoon. it's good see you, sir. >> great to be here, craig. >> let's talk about what happened this week. senate majority leader harry reid demanded any bill on gun control include background checks on gun buyers. i want to put up a recent quinnipiac poll. university -- quinnipiac university poll shows 88% of americans support background checks
of the neighborhood and also in accordance with the saint francis wood neighborhood design guidelines. the project architect worked with the architect of the home association and concessions have already been made to the original drawings and have also been presented before the board. i think that the home as built or as designed, rather, will have unique features that will contribute to the visual attraction of the home and the street and the neighborhood. per the discretionary review hearing of the planning commission on january tenth, all attending board members and president ruled in favor of the project without changes or altering made to the plan. some even commenting and agreeing that every project would be given attention to detail. >> given the concerns of the appellant the project plans have nonetheless been designed in accordance with the building code and all requirements have been met. i don't feel that any circumstances warrant any revisions of the design of the home or roof. i also have a picture that i wanted to show of the property, which is here. and mr. linn's home is here and a
and for a further 13 people to face prosecution. >> pope francis has arrived to meet his predecessor, the pope and marriages benedict -- people benedict.e emeritus let's check out the pictures there from the square outside where a crowd has been gathering to capture a glimpse of the two men, a glimpse of history, two popes meeting together. pope emeritus will move back to the vatican on what he calls live/journey, to live a simple life of a pilgrim. details were kept secret, but it could be they will discuss the vatican documents that were eaked last year, so two popes meeting together at the pope's summer residence. tens of thousands of people across the united kingdom have been without power because of severe weather. much of england and northern ireland were hit by early spring snow. the cold snap is disrupting travel with many roads closed. there has also been heavy rain causing 91 flood alerts to be issued. a severe drought in western india threatening the livelihood of hundreds of thousands of people. many blame government officials for failing to provide them with water. in part three o
state. i guess the blue state liberals never learn. >> paul: bret? >> briefly a hit for pope francis off to a fantastic start and i think this is obviously true for catholics and even as a non-catholic you see a pope getting out and mingling with people and showing love and humility to the people assemblying by the hundreds of thousands in rome to see him. next week, he's going to go and wash the feet of inmates in a prison for young offenders and this is the right way it seems to me to conduct the papacy and wish him continued success. >> paul: thank you all. and remember, if you have your own hit or miss, send it to us at jer@foxnews.com and follow us on twitter: @jer on fnc. that's our show and thanks to all of you, i'm paul gigot and we hope to see you all here next week. >> on fox news watch. >> anything between me and my friend bb is a-- >> with the media in tow, president obama takes his show on the road. and convinces israelis and palestinians he really does care. is the press buying his pitch or asking tough questions like why now? after months of bluster and blame by liberal m
francis adams, their son, talks about it in his own diary of ow sad the household seemed at the time. >> what made it that way? >> i think the cloud under which the presidency began, it never lifts. because this campaigning for 828 begins almost instantly, louisa feels very personally the attacks on her husband, on his character, some attacks on her character, is she not american enough? i think that that situation really did not -- they finally eached the pinnacle and it's not a happy pinnacle. it's very, it's a very stormy four years for them. and the white house is not a very comfortable place to live. people coming in all the time and -- >> and here is one quote that really captures this had. she wrote, "there is something in this great unsocial house which depresses me beyond expression." >> well, she was accused of, bizarrely, of extravagance in the house. one was a billiard table which the first lady had purchased using the tax dollars of honest working men. omehow this very un-american quality that people wanted to read into her. on the other hand, there are hese wonderful bi
something that we could not have thought of. more with the nih director, dr. francis collins, on c-span's "q&a." >> coming up on c-span, "the communicators" speaks with robert mcdowell. that is followed by our series influence andes: image." later, a discussion on black history and culture. is the seniorwell republican on the federal communications commission's. i want to start with the topic of spectrum. robert kaplan was quoted yesterday as saying that he thinks that the current spectrum auction schedule is due to failure. there are two double open issues to work out. and because of that, there will not be enough interest of parties to participate in the auction. >> first, thank you for having me back. and what you are talking about is that congress passed a law last year. that was for broadband purposes. trying to analyze it for purposes of putting together what would quite literally be the most complex spectrum auction in history. i know that sounds like a hyperbole, but it is true. i have expressed caution. i am not doom and gloom, but cautious in terms of when that will happen and how
elected pope francis meeting with his predecessor this afternoon for the first time as a pontiff. this is the first time such a meeting between the past and current popes has been possible for more than 600 years. pope francis flew by helicopter to castel gandolfo to meet with the pope emmerit benedict for a private lunch. the two popes embraced on the helipad and spent the day together, calling one another brothers. benedict has live ted cake lake side castle south of roam since last month after becoming the first pope in six centuries to resign. >>> back in this country, a weather alert, folks. lots of bad weather headed our way. a storm that brought snow to colorado setting its sights on the midwest. parts of the south could be dealing with severe storms and the east coast, not in the clear either. meteorologist janice dean is joining us from the fox weather center with the very latest on this extended cold weather spell we are all having to deal with up here. janice? >> hi, yuma. the calendar says spring, i don't think mother nature is paying close attention. the forecasters
. >>> a meeting today for new pope francis. he voted with pope emeritus benedict xvi. any he had lunch and prayed together in the chapel. benefit offering francis the traditional nealer used by the but he refused to take it alone saying we are brothers. he says he understands benedict offered a pledge of obedience to the new pontiff and pope fran thanked him for his service. >>> they have been at odds for weeks over the fate of the detention center in the eastern part of afghanistan. u.s. military leaders feared the most notorious dangerous insurgents would be let go once the afghans took over. the new deal will ensur that both sides work together to make sure that doesn't happen. >>> despite death threats from the taliban and risk of arrest, former pakistani president pervez musharraf is going home. he has been living in exile in london and is planning to return to pakistan to take part elections in may. he made the announcement and within hours the taliban threatened to release homicide bombers and snipers against him. he took power after a coo after the september 11th attacks. he was urged by
greeting each other. pope francis met with pope emeritus pope benedict xvi. they met for lunch and to pray together. the vatican said it is the first encounter of its kind in the history of the church. before becoming the now pope francis, former cardinal jorge bergoglio, he said this. for now the discipline of celibacy stands firm. it is a matter of discipline, not of faith. it can change. he's not alone. last month scotland's cardinal o'brien said he would be happy if priests could marry. he believe many struggle to cope with celibacy. wendy walsh is a psychologist. her book comes out soon "the 30-day love detox." is celibacy bad for you? >> absolutely not. i did a lot of research and couldn't find it hurts you. even a 30-year oh study on priests. remember, just because you are celibate doesn't mean you are not ejaculatinejaculating. there were concerns about prostate problems. no. it doesn't matter. it can help you and it can be really good for your health if you live in a high supply sexual economy where stds are on the rise or risk unwanted pregnancy. there are reasons celibacy is goo
the assault weapons ban from the measure. >>> in vatican city today, pope francis went to castel gandolfo to meet with his predecessor. during this meeting they prayed together, they had a private 45-minute conversation followed by lunch, but this could be the first and only time in history at current and former pope meet after a transfer of leadership. lots of prayers across this country today with different stakes and millions of players. $320 million is on the line. it is the jackpot in the latest powerball drawing. it's a near record and on wednesday an extra $60 million was added to the jockp jackpot. nobody won. so your odds of winning 1 in 175 million. you better pray harder. that's all i'm saying there. >>> take a quick look at the top left-hand corner of your screen. that's a meteor flying over the skies of maryland traveling at a speed of 10 miles a second. it was larger than the size of most meteors which is why a security camera was able to capture in and why people in 12 states reportedly saw it. >>> to weather now. spring looks like winter in parts of this country today. che
a glimpse of pope francis. he went there to eat lunch with his predecessor. vatican observers say they may discuss security leaks. >>> rosemary, i gotta tell you, allergies are killing me. >> spring has sprung. you are right, we are going to have another beautiful day out there. temperatures will be on the mild side and in some cases, will reach near 70 degrees. the official sunraise around the bay area, 7:08. so it is now up and shining. we again have mostly clear skies to start your day. a little patchy fog near half- moon bay but it should be burning off fairly quickly as we get into the next hour. temperatures a little cooler than where we were yesterday, he is special in the north bay. 37 in santa rosa. anywhere from three to six degrees below where we started yesterday morning at this hour. 37 in walnut creek. fairfield, about 40 degrees at this hour. winds are generally light and i don't expect they will be as breezy as yesterday. 4 h 4 in belmont, 38 menlo park for your start to the morning. so if you are getting out to the farmers market, mostly clear, and we do after cool start,
a pope is meeting another pope. pope francis is diving with pope benedict xvi. he's been living there since resigning last month citing his age but he's been following francis' election as pope and inauguration before the huge crowds in rome. time for politics. we start with one of my favorite topics. the budget. earlier this morning while you were sleeping the senate passed a budget that came at the end of a marathon session of amendment votes. welcome to both of you this saturday morning. okay. the democrats budget bill passed at 5:00 a.m. 5:00 a.m. and it passed by one single vote. mostly it's symbolic. how big of a deal is this? >> finally we can get on with our lives. no. i think actually in all reality the only thing it really does is take off the table a huge republican talking point that they've had for three years complaining that democrats haven't passed a budget. now it really focuses on the real work ahead which is let's pass something that is real that is based on solutions where both democrats and republicans can come together to figure out how we move forward with
. it was pope francis himself, calling to cancel his newspaper subscription. the young man thought it was a prank. he said, seriously, it's the pope, calling from rome. at least he called to cancel it. >>> and to new revelations tonight about a classic. 50 years ago today, a little band released their debut album, the beatles with "please please me." tonight, something we had never heard before, the back story. the fab four powered through a marathon recording session, ten songs, 12 hours, and then at 10:30 at night, john lennon, fighting a cold, his voice nearly gone, started the final track. take a listen. ♪ shake it up baby now ♪ shake it up baby ♪ twist and shout ♪ twist and shout >> they did it in two takes. of course, the rest is rock history. lennon said it wasn't his best take, that his throat felt like sandpaper. only imagine if his throat was clear. >>> and when we come back on the broadcast tonight, the secret gift revealed, that john junior gave his mother years ago. it turns out it was hiding in a scrapbook for decades. tonight, caroline revealing it right here
2012 then pope benedict became the first pontiff to tweet using the handle@pontifex. francis is already tweeting frequently and finally my personal favorite, my first tweet. ali is trying out this twitter thing, somewhat uncertain what to say. my tweets have become i hope more informative and entertaining than the first one and i would like to take this opportunity to thank all of you. if you aren't on twitter, sign up and follow me. the rewards are never ending. i do read nearly every tweet you send me and respond to many of them and props to tweets i like and not afraid to call you out if i disagree with you. thanks for joining the conversation this week. we're here every saturday at 1 p.m. eastern and weekdays at 3:30 p.m. have a great weekend. >>> hello, everyone. i am fredrika whitfield. welcome to the "cnn newsroom." here is what we're watching. two teen boys are accused of shooting this baby in cold blood. the mother of the child is talking to cnn. this is interstate 70 in colorado, 154 miles of it closed. it may be spring but a significant winter storm is moving from the plains
. a meeting between pope francis and former pope benedict. having lunch at the papal retreat south of rome. more on these and the rest of the top stories including the latest on the president's trip to the middle east. >>> you want to fix those pot holes and pay more. a democratic congressman pushing to hike the federal gas tax a pen tee help fix roads and bridges and lots of states are trying to raise them more. jonathan, aren't we giving them enough money of our own hard earned tax money? why more? >> well, eric, gas is taxed a lot. 49 cents on average per gallon. we're paying in taxes. don't blame the quote unquote eveil oil companies, blame taxes, one of the biggest factors when it comes to putting energy in our car. instead of more taxes and more taxes, why not try a tiny bit of freedom and privatize some of the roads. it's done all over europe. that way the costs are borne by the people who use the facility, not sent to washington to hand out to their constituents. >> what do you think, wayne? >> i think it's a great idea. i'm not against this tax. i think a 1-cent tax that actually
francis they do not expect it to stay at the levels for long. it is here, the question is whether europe starts low and high. >> you are rightit opens the gate to that. but it makes you very nervous. one of the things about buying online is that a lot of the time you don't pay taxes. if a store or vendor doesn't have this in your state, then you get away with not paying taxes. it's like a tempting morsel out there and they are going to go grab at. neil: every time someone comes up with new tax, it's not as if they get rid of an old one. neil: that was supposed to be a benefit for taxes. neil: to your point, it has gone straight up. you know, i understand there is one side that is saying that it is unfair. that there is an unfair advantage. i think it is more of a states rights issue. neil: so if you're ordering something from illinois, you're paying the illinois tax. and that is their decision to make sure what happens. >> this is nuts. they are out of control as it is. >> if you look, amazon is in favor of this and i could not figure out why. i thought how could this possibly be. but th
say oh, we are there for you. perhaps is next. that they >>. melissa: i'm melissa francis and here who is made money today. investors that are staying optimistic about cyprus. it is scrambling to win a last minute bailout to avoid collapse right now as we speak. the bulls are betting a deal happens before the monday deadline. the euro is rallying against the u.s. dollar, and, if you owned apple, you made money. a top analt expects the next iphone to arrive this summer. shares rallied 2% closing above the 50-day moving average. that is the first time since october 4th for that stock. look at that. but the big money winners of the day, anyone who bet on harvard basketball whoo-hoo!. my alma mater won its first ncaa ever, ever. the school has been around since 1636. upse number three seed new mexico. i will cash in with a wager i made with one of my guests this week, if harvard wins anything, if they win a single game, score one point i win. how about that? >> i send you joe's stone crab. shibani: he laughed. did you see him laughing at me! i'm waiting, bruce. most of my family is allergi
. pope meeting pope or former pope. the new pope francis is having lunch with his predecessor pope benedict at the papal residence in castel gandolfo, the first time a meeting like this has taken place in possibly 600 years. that is the last time a pope resigned. benedict will eventually live in a monastery inside the vatican. >>> president obama is wrapping up the first overseas trip in jordan. the president is visiting jordan's most popular tourist attraction, the fabled ancient city of petra. he is worried about extremists if assad is overthrown and will keep plugging away in hopes of restarting peace talks between israel and the palestinians. >>> and lawmakers in north dakota have passed what could lead to the most restricted abortion law in the nation. they passed a resolution that says life begins at conception essentially banning all abortions. voters will next decide next year if they want to add that to the state constitution. if it were to pass that law would almost trigger a lengthy legal battle. >>> police were asking for help trying to find this gunman firing into a ch
king and country who are just outstanding. we have francis chan ohio think is going to be a remarkable guest talking about how he gave up virtually everything that you have ever seen in your life to live very, very simply, deciding that as a christian he did not want to be filled with all the trappings of the world. it's a remarkable story. we have quite a good line up tonight. you have to watch to find out the rest of it. so will i will al we like those mystery guests. >> thanks. >> clayton: coming up on the show. this wasn't supposed to happen. >> whoa! >> oh my gosh. >> whoa. >> oh my god. >> great white shark gets into inside a diver's cage. wait until you see what happens next. >> children of our fallen heros. all thanks to the sequester. our next guest is taking a stand and doing the job our government will not. what's droid-endurance ? the longest 4g lte battery in a razr thin profile. with 32 hours of battery life that turns an all-nighter, into a two-nighter. the droid razr maxx hd by motorola. droid-endurance. droid-powerful. love your passat! um. listen, gary. i bought the l
pope is meeting with a former pope. francis lunching with benedict. coming up, details of their private meeting. >> you hear ron laughing. ron is just back from -- >> i thought you were talking about the giraffe attacking the people. >> that's another story. >> hasn't happened for 600 years. >> a sign of ron's skepticism. he believes the whole giraffe thing is cgi, special effects. >> exactly. >> could be. >> great to have you back, ron and you as well, dan. >>> happening overnight the senate working into the early hours of the morning to hash out a new bipartisan budget deal. so why is this so significant? well, it's the first proposal actually passed in four years. but the question this morning, will it bring an end to the spending showdown? >> i wish we had a more positive answer to that question. >>> also coming up, a story that is positively going viral about a soldier's girlfriend and a gesture of kindness from an anonymous veteran. we're going to tell you what this guy did
that has not been possible for more than 600 years. pope francis travelling to the hill side town of castle gandolfo to meet with his predecessor emeritus pope benedict xvi. they met together and retreated to a private dining room for a discussion and lunch. benedict has been living at the lakeside castle since he became the very first pope in 600 years to resign the papacy. >> jamie: some news on the murder of a prison director chief. director tom clements, the incident happening 700 miles from where clements was killed tuesday night. shot in the chest as he answered the door of his home. dominic di-natale live with the the latest from los angeles. >> reporter: the possible motivations of the suspect are emerging, and ebel had a long criminal record and he was a member of a white supremist prison gang and suspected that t that it was a revenge attack by the gang. and it's considered one of the most vicious white supremacist groups akin to the aryan nation. and only in colorado could have as many as a thousand members, jamie. >> jamie: all right, dominic, thank you very much. if there's mo
francis traveling to a meeting with his predecessor pope benedict the 16th. during that visit two men in white took time to pray together before retreat go to a private dining room. benedict has been living at the lake side castle since last month since he was very first pope in six centuries to resign. >> arthel: stunning new report on retirement crisis. most people working right now don't have enough money saved to pay for their first year of retirement and good majority feeling they will not be able to retire. scott, how are you? what is driving this retirement crisis? >> over the past 30 years, wages have been stagnant. cost of living is going up. we have consumers struggling to find ways to fit retirement savings into their budgets. americans also live another year or two plus pensions, especially in the private sector are becoming a thing of the past. the percentage have workers at 3% is down from 28% in 1939. there is lot factors. >> arthel: definitely the case and we were saying most of future retirees they are saying they don't have enough money to put away to cover their fir
with the influx of refugees fleeing the civil war in syria. >>> historic meeting between pope francis and his predeces r predecessor, pope benedict. the two will have lunch together. that will be a power lunch. a meeting of this kind has not happened in at least 600 years. no pressure for that lunch at all, right? none. >>> breaking news overnight. the senate has just approved a $3.7 trillion budget. meanwhile, the budget crisis and congressional sequester has claimed another victim. air traffic control towers at small and medium sized airports across the country. pete williams has more and joins us now. pete, good morning. >> reporter: jenna, good morning. the faa says it must take this step to meet the goal of cutting more than $600 million out of its budget so starting in two weeks it will shut down air traffic control towers in 38 states affecting operations at 149 small and medium sized airports nationwide. this is not expected to have much impact on commercial airline schedules but it will affect operations at airports like frederick municipal in maryland where private planes operate.
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